Day One at the Wigtown Book Festival


'The arrival, exploring and Mehdi didn't make it.' Blog post by Laura Hudson Mackay

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Houssain landed at Glasgow airport on 21st September, sadly without Mehdi who had his visa to the UK declined. Read more here :

We journeyed from Glasgow to our accommodation at the Isle of Whithorn, arriving late, unpacking our bags, boxes and artwork.

"In three hours I flew from summer to winter." Houssain Belabbes.

The next morning we were excited to visit Wigtown and familiarise ourselves on day one of the book festival. We enjoyed meeting authors at the Writer's Retreat. We were invited by an author to take part in a project where he asked "If there was a revolution, what would your policy be?" Houssain wrote "No Borders." And here's mine....
Everything is Confluence!

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